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The controversial tectonic plate may have been discovered by geologists

Geologists agree that the Farallon and Kura tectonic plates covered the entire North American Pacific coast approximately 60 million years ago. However, there is controversy as to whether there is a third type of sector (called the resurrection). Now, researchers at the University of Houston believe that when the tectonic plates slide against each other, they may have discovered the …

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The crew of the manned Soyuz MS-16 successfully landed in Kazakhstan after 196 days of space flight — RT World News

After a NASA astronaut and two Russian astronauts on a Soyuz MS-16 spacecraft stayed in orbit on the International Space Station for more than six months, they landed smoothly on the grasslands of Kazakhstan. NASA astronaut and Expeditionary Force Commander Chris Cassidy (Chris Cassidy), and two Russian astronauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Wagner (Ivan Wagner) Vagner), landing at 2:54 AM …

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Antarctica’s ice loss may continue

Credit: PNG/CC0 public domain A new international study led by climate scientists at Monash University shows that ice loss in Antarctica has been going on for centuries since it began and is expected to continue. Dr. Richard Jones and Dr. Ross Whitmore, the main study authors of Monash University College, said: “Our research shows that even under the control of …

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Rocket Lab scrubbed the launch of 10 Earth observation satellites due to sensor readings

Ten Earth observation satellites will have to wait at least one day before they can go to the ground. Rocket Lab Scrubbed the liftoff of the “Focus” mission planned for today (October 21), which will provide 9 “SuperDove” cubesats for the microsatellites manufactured by Planet in San Francisco and Canon Electronics in Japan. “We are standing out from today’s attempt. …

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Researchers are surprised by epigenetically modified rootstock grafted tomato plants

The offspring of the new combination are more vigorous and productive than the parent plants. The new grafted plant-consisting of an epigenetically modified rootstock, “believes” that it is under stress-connected to unmodified scion or ground shoots, produces offspring that are more vigorous, productive and resilient than the parent plant. This is a surprising finding. This is the result of a …

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Rocket Lab canceled its launch attempt in New Zealand-now space flight

During the countdown in New Zealand on Wednesday (US time), Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket was released with oxygen.Credit: Rocket Lab Rocket Lab cancelled a launch attempt in New Zealand on Wednesday to evaluate unexpected sensor data and postponed the mission to deliver 10 small commercial Earth imaging satellites to the earth. The California-based rocket company plans to launch the mission …

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Scientists have identified the “dumbbell-like” structure of protein-coding DNA

The dumbbell-shaped sequence in the interphase DNA suggests some unseen aspects of chromosome structure and function.Image Credit: Ryan Cheng/CTBP Illustration The way life works may be due to dumbbell-shaped DNA fragments. Scientists at Rice University have studied the structure and function of chromosomes for a long time and found that when the interphase DNA is in an obvious chaotic state, …

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The direct influence of volcanoes on Jupiter Moon Io

Shows the composite image of Jupiter’s satellite Io on the radio (ALMA) and optical lights (Voyager 1 and Galileo). The ALMA image of Iao (AL) shows for the first time sulfur dioxide (yellow) rising from its volcano. Jupiter is visible in the background (Hubble). Image source: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), I. de Pater et al.; NRAO / AUI NSF, S. Dagnello; NASA/European …

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How to watch the 2020 Orionid meteor shower

Author: Liz Jassin, NewsNation Published: October 20, 2020 / 06:35 PDT / Update: October 20, 2020 / 06:35 PDT Getty Shirakawago and Orion meteor shower– stock image San Francisco, California (Krona)-Don’t blink! Tonight is one of the most beautiful meteor showers of the year! The Orionids meteor shower is the result of the fragments of Earth passing through Halley’s comet. …

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